Unformatted text preview: the list [2,4,8,16]. 3. Write a function that takes, as input, a binary string, and returns the reverse of the string. Call this function problem3(myString). For example, problem3(“100011”) should return the string “110001”. 4. Write a function that takes, as input, a positive integer n, and returns a list of all factors of n, starting with 1 and ending with n. Call this function problem4(n). For example, problem4(12) should return the list [1,2,3,4,6,12]. Work these problems out before your discussion section next week. If you have any questions on these problems, be sure to ask one...
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